The current GOP presidential hopefuls have not had an easy time during their campaigns when it comes to LGBT issues. A number of Americans have publicly confronted the politicians on their ant-gay views, resulting in some heated debates. Apparently, Hawkeyes aren’t having it. The only state outside of the Northeast to have legalized gay marriage is living up to its reputation as socially liberal.
While visiting Iowa this weekend, Rick Perry was once again called out for his stance on repealing the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Act. This time he was confronted by a 14-year-old bisexual student.
Rebecka Green, a high school student from Decorah, Iowa, a small city 15 miles south of the Minnesota-Iowa border, asked the Texas Governor to explain why he believes that gays should not openly serve in the military, reported ABC News in a Dec. 18 article.
"I just want to know why you’re so opposed to gays serving openly in the military, why you want to deny them that freedom when they’re fighting and dying for your right to run for president," Rebecka Green, asked Perry.
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